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The Manager, Knowledge Engagement is a newly created position at the Mastercard Foundation and will be based out of our downtown Toronto office. It comes at an exciting time of growth as it implements its new strategy, Young Africa Works, to address the challenge of youth employment in Africa.
The Knowledge Translation (KT) Program at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael’s Hospital is offering Practicing Knowledge Translation (PKT), a 5-day workshop, April 8 to 12, 2019 at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute in Toronto, Canada. This workshop is designed for health professionals interested in learning how to apply knowledge translation (KT) to put research evidence into practice.
The 2019 KT Canada Scientific Meeting will be held on May 30-31 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The theme is “Advancing the science of integrated knowledge translation.” We are currently accepting abstract submissions.
The Knowledge Translation Program, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, St. Michael’s Hospital, and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, present an introductory course on systematic reviews and meta-analyses. The course will be delivered online.
Mount Saint Vincent University is seeking a Knowledge Broker for the Seniors – Adding Life to Years (SALTY) Research Project, Nova Scotia Centre on Aging (15 month, part-time contract position).
Reporting to the Supervisor of the Population Health Approach team, the knowledge exchange specialist is responsible for the initiation, development, implementation, and evaluation of effective knowledge exchange approaches at Ottawa Public Health.
The Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre is seeking a Knowledge Translation Coordinator. The CHILD-BRIGHT Network is an innovative pan-Canadian network under Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) that aims to improve life outcomes for children with brain-based developmental disabilities and their families.
The Cerebral Palsy Canada Network (CPCanNET) is a network of Canadian researchers in cerebral palsy and members of Cerebral Palsy Associations in Canada. The network has the goal of facilitating information and knowledge exchange among the different members, and promoting opportunities for knowledge translation of research evidence to families.
Alberta’s Tomorrow Project (ATP) was launched in 2000 as a prospective cohort to examine the relationship between environmental, lifestyle, and genetic factors and the incidence of cancer and chronic diseases. The main responsibility of the KTE/Evaluation Associate is to develop and carry out stakeholder engagement plans and translate knowledge generated through ATP research as well as to ensure projects are informed by evidence/knowledge users.